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New on-demand performance collection celebrating Women’s History Month

As part of our continuing efforts to advance diversity, equity and inclusion in our organization and field, we are using our platform to celebrate the contributions that women composers, musicians and artists have made to The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra and orchestral music as a whole during Women’s History Month and throughout the rest of the year.

Below, explore a new performance collection that shares the artistic voices of some of the women with whom we have had the pleasure of collaborating! All eight performances are available for free, on-demand viewing in the Concert Library.

Grazyna Bacewicz: Concerto for Strings

Conducted by Ruth Reinhardt in October 2019.

Ludwig van Beethoven: Romance No. 1 for Violin

Eunice Kim, violinist for The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, performed as soloist in January 2018.

Maya Miro Johnson: wherever you go, there you are

The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra premiered this composition as part of the Tapestry19 Festival.

Jessie Montgomery: Records from a Vanishing City

Performed in January 2018.

Clara Schumann: Romance, Op. 21, No. 1

Performed by pianist Jeremy Denk in honor of what would have been the composer’s 200th birthday in September 2019.

Carline Shaw: Watermark

Performed by pianist Jonathan Biss in March 2019.

Moldovan Folk Music, Căluşarii

Directed and performed by violinist and former Artistic Partner Patricia Kopatchinskaja in November 2014.

Vitrales de ámbar (Windows of Amber)

Performed in April 2014.